oooooohhhhh, so that's what it is. last year, i actually thought it might be a yeast ball (as some have described it) hanging out where the transverse meets the descending, because now that you mention it, it DID feel a lot better for a while when i did ACV enemas... and it would get better after colonics
(although i will say the ACV enema did way more than the colonics
for me). and it does feel better after some yoga, too. problem is, the relief doesn't last.
i only recently began to think it must be a spleen problem for two reasons:
1. i had a colonoscopy and upper endoscopy and cat scan and they couldn't find anything there... (you'd think they'd spot a huge white lump, wouldn't ya?
2. every time i take a digestive enzyme with any kind of protease, i get doubled over with that pain so bad i can't move for a day or two... its horrible. now mind you, candizyme or any of the enzymes that just have cellulases and carb digesting enzymes (that are SUPPOSED to destroy candida) don't bother me at all, but a hint of a protease and i'm done for. so i figured i had some kind of lymph blockage near the spleen...
but now that both you guys say you have this, i can see it probably IS the yeast in the colon (hence it gets better with colonic
hydrtherapy), and that's where they like to hang out...
can't we send a nuke in there to get them then?
thanks so much you guys. its very interesting to know i'm not the only one with that symptom, and that that is simply the yeast...